Regional journalism results announced
(Tuesday, March 8, 2016)
The high school journalists went nine for nine at regionals.
Results were released this afternoon, and out of the 25 entries, 23 qualified to state and all nine students advanced to the next level.
According to Jamie Manhart, journalism instructor, students who finish in first, second, or third place qualify to state, as well as the top three honorable mentions at each regional site.
State journalism will be on Saturday, April 30 at the University of Kansas. The results from regionals are as follows:
Junior Abby Brockmann - Third in copy editing, second in news writing, honorable mention in advertising, and first place in headline writing and design.
Sophomore Andrea Hoffen - (First-time competitor) First in feature writing, honorable mention in news writing, second in academic photography, and honorable mention in advertising.
Senior Brianna Womack - Third in yearbook copy writing, yearbook sports writing, and infographics.
Junior Sami Fischer - Third in cut line writing, honorable mention in yearbook theme and graphics, and honorable mention in sports photography.
Sophomore Halie Bouton - (First-time competitor) Third in academic photography, honorable mention in headline writing, and honorable mention in student life photography.
Senior Madi Wegner - Honorable mention in yearbook copywriting and cut line writing.
Senior Kelsey Priddy - Third in newspaper sports writing and second in yearbook sports writing.
Junior Mackensie Haverkamp - (First-time competitor) Honorable mention in student life photography.
Senior Kayce Warren - Honorable mention in sports writing.